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Frostytech Tests the Scythe Orochi SCORC-1000 Heatsink - Frostytech Tests the Scythe Orochi SCORC-1000 Heatsink
Fri, March 28 2008 | 1:39PM | PermaLink Feedback?

Frostytech are back with the biggest CPU cooler we've seen in a long time, the new Scythe Orochi heatsink. For fun, the boys at Frosty also strapped on an all metal mil-spec aerospace fan to the Orochi heatsink, just to see what happens. In a former life that fan was probably involved in keeping a jet airborne...

"The Scythe Orochi is the largest heatsink ever to pass through the Frostytech Labs. It's big: 155mm tall, 120mm wide and a staggering 194mm long. The Orochi contains 10 heatpipes, weighs over a kilo and from afar it looks like an industrial cooling unit. This Intel and AMD heatsink is so large, it should almost require slowly blinking red aircraft anti-collision lights... okay, that's an exaggeration.

Scythe made the Orochi heatsink large for a reason, so that it can be paired with a slowly rotating ultra quiet fan to gently move air through the massive heatsinks' fins, or even used passively."

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